Spring 2022 Women Build

During our Spring 2022 Women Build we were thrilled to have had fantastic teams of builders join us from our generous sponsors T&M AssociatesValley BankOne Anchor (Old Castle)Resources Real Estate as well as a number of dedicated individual volunteers.

We couldn’t do it without our dedicated team of volunteers and mentors, thank you! Our Executive Director, Diane Kinnane, and Board President, Kim Stulb were there to welcome County Commissioner, Susan Kiley, Atlantic Highlands Borough Administrator, Robert Ferragina, council members Lori Hohenleitner and Brian Dougherty, and Rev. Jill Hubbard-Smith of Atlantic Highlands & Navesink Methodist Church for the opening ceremony.

The teams made impressive progress on our 60th house which is nearing completion in Atlantic Highlands. Special thanks also to New Jersey Natural Gas who was one of our event sponsors.

Lunch sponsors included (women-owned and women-run) Et Al Fine Food & Events in Highlands, Super Foodtown in Atlantic Highlands and Jersey Mike’s in Atlantic Highlands. Teams were greeted every morning with freshly brewed coffee courtesy of 1st Cup Coffee in Atlantic Highlands.

Thank you to all our community partners and sponsors, we could not run a successful event without your support!

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What is Women Build?

Women Build is a unique opportunity for women to work together to volunteer, build and advocate for decent and affordable homes along with our partner families.  Join us and help raise funds for our mission of providing decent, affordable shelter to deserving families.

Women Build Facts

  • Since 1991, Women Build volunteers from all walks of life have come together to build stronger, safer communities. Our Women Build events provide the opportunity for women to take a proactive step in serving their communities.
  • Any woman who wants to learn how to build and construct a home is invited to join us. Men can also join us as well. No experience necessary.
  • Volunteers work under the guidance of Habitat’s Construction Manager, and alongside other volunteers and future Habitat homeowners. Whether you are learning a new skill or adding a few to your tool belt, this is a rewarding experience for all involved. More importantly, you will be part of improving the community we share in Monmouth County!
  • Women Build is a great way to involve your friends co-workers and family in crucial work with a lasting impact. Women helping women, one nail at a time. Volunteer as an individual or as a group and make new friends in a collaborative and friendly environment.

The next Women Build event will take place in Spring 2023, please check back for details and registration links.

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